Be Part of Latino Working People Power at LCLAA’s 2016 Convention

The Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA) is hosting its 21st National Membership Convention in Orlando, FL at the Disney Coronado Springs Resort August 18-20, 2016. IAM International President Bob Martinez will be receiving LCLAA’s Montemayor-Barraza Distinguished Service Award at the conference’s closing gala on Saturday, August 20.
Click here for the LCLAA convention call. Discounts are available for seniors and students.

This premiere convention will not only highlight the valuable work that LCLAA is doing, but it will also serve as the main platform for Latino labor leaders to organize around the issues that Latino working families are facing in the upcoming election cycle.

LCLAA’s strength is not only in its work nationally, but also in the advocacy efforts of chapters across the country. Increasing grassroots organizing and engaging members to take action in their communities is one its most important priorities.

Now more than ever, the labor movement needs to grow and increase its appeal to young workers and LCLAA has a vital role to play in this growth. Latinos represent the youngest members of the U.S. workforce and are quickly becoming a key to the future of the labor movement.

Training sessions, workshops and discussions this year will revolve around key priorities requiring greater public awareness, civic participation, and strategies for advancing an agenda for shared prosperity.

Click here to register early and guarantee your spot in this important gathering.

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